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CATALOCUE. 






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LAGRANGE. GEORGIA. 



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LAGRANGE, «iA. : 

PRINTED AT THF OFFICE OF THP. I.AORANOF. RFPORTT.R. 

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ftjonril of <£rttttee«. 



Cm.. JAMES H HEAI.I, 
Ho*. ALBERT E. COX, 
Hon. i;. II. i;i<;uam, 
Bern. BERRY H. H vKIUS. 
JOHN K. BROOME, E*y., 
Hi:. -IoHN \. BAUOH. 
Col. 1'. A FROST, 
\VM. H. IH'NTLKY. Es v „ 
JAMES F. OOLZTREE, Est,., 
Da. ROBERT R RIDLEY, 
Db. II. H. GARY, 
J. T. WATERMAN, i 
Dii. wm. B. MUBPHEY, 
Hon. W. W. 1 1 i;m:i;. 

WM. S. WI1HAM. K-.,., 
LEWIS II CLARKE, Esq., 



Ijl<!raruje, (In. 

IsiGrawje, (la. 

LiJlrnnge., (la. 

Grewillr., (lit. 

Li i 'irant ye, I In. 

• ) - iMdrangr, 0ft 

- Lnflrange, (la. 

Vienna, Austria. 

»'/,»'/. Snl/Jnir S],ring.i, (In. 

Atlanta, (In. 

hl'hn.i./i, I in. 

LaOrange, On. 

IxiOrantjt, (la. 

LaGrange, Oa. 

Dtfrrange, (la. 

Atlanta, 0a. 



J. M. r.KAi.i.. 



I'p lidenl. 



A. E. Cox, 



.Secretary. 









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^Instruction. 



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OKt. I. K. M\VS(.N, A.M.. 

nuWmf. -H /v..f>-.,. ; r (fan <--•'"<""' -<"•" 

Ukv . (i. G SMITH, A.M.. 

IV^teMT ¥ /•'"''•»'' ' V "'""" **"*' 

HEHMVN SCHIKMA'Tll.i: 
l'rol«ssr>r of hWmli '<ml Orrmm>. 

Miss .IKSMK M. I AIL. 

TmOm of W» ">"' '''"'>'••<""•"'''■•'' 

MmLDOI OABHBWM, 

^wbtori ftaatar of /•>/''■■-■'' /-;'-"'""■ 

Mm l'VNMi: .!. MAYSON. 

HLUMAN W HIUMACHKU. 
..s-ior or" Mum 

Mm LOOT I'.MU'KNTKi;. 

noahar ■;'' -L.' D#« •■■• 

Miss OLA SIMMONS. 

Attu&uti In Made. 





FACULTY FOR 1878-79. 



MTEllABY DEPAJITMKNT. 

Rev. J. R. MAYSON, A. M., President. 
Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science. 

Rev. W. H. LAPRADE, 
Lecturer <m Moral Science, Evidences of Christianity, dec. 

Miss IDA RICHARDSON, M. A., 

Governess, and Teacher of Englhh Literature and French. 

Miss JENNIE McFAIL, M. A., 
Teacher of Latin Language and Literature. 

Mrs. F. J. MAYSON, 
Teacher of Primary Department and Matron, 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs. M. E. LATHROP, 
Teacher of Piano and Vocal Music. 

Miss OLA SIMMONS, 
Teacher of Piano, (Juitar and Vocal Music. 




ART DEPARTMENT. 

Miss JENNIE McFAIL, 
Teacher of Painting in all Us Branches. 

Mrs. F. J. MAYSON, 
Teacher of Wax Work, Feather Work, <tc. 








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ALUMNA 



Tlii" list if M'i iiiiih rf.it \V.. km mail. . v.-ry • •iWt. Im» lwvv lailed to get » 
e om|>l*'ti' llHt, and will l>. muter o Htj i ttOM te any .in< win, a ill aiwiM n« in this work. 
Bj 111MI. inl.iniialn.n u*t<> any alunnm Tint taataastj n, tU| l,. t , an, I alao tin leafWI t i- •> j 

oiiiiy errata ti l hernia printed DtaMm) alnmru* ire marked tluu *. 

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Cameron, Barab It. i Mi>. Mwanaon ! LaGrenjte, Ga, 

Cameron, Barab. T. i Mil-. l>r. Hill) Look, Case, (ia. 

•liitrk, Elisabeth L Lai taeoga, < i.i. 

I ■ I 7 . 

'liiuham. Adel tide K LaGrange, <m. 

v. S.ir.ihH. Mr- ) LaGrauge, Ga, 

'Hill, Tabitoa E. (lira, Howard) LaGranfla, Ga, 

•Hill. Murtlia R. (Mr-. PotU Twin Co . Qa, 

'Marshall. rW i \ Hsrria i ■ . Q.. 

Morgan, S.inli < ' Mis. Barber I Atlanta, Qa. 

Osborn, Opbette A Harris ('<>.. (ia. 

Preeley, Susan .1. iMrs. linnkley) Chambers (.'n., Ala. 

•Saunders, Mary A Karl wether Co., (ia. 

1141. 

Brougbton, Man A. (Mrs. Montgomery) La( initial-, Qa, 

Bryan, Eliza I. | Mrs. Martin) Hawaii » ounty, Ala. 

Cameron, A mart ntba C. 'Mrs. Gibson), . ... Troup Co., Qa, 

Clayton, S.ir li | Mrs. Jeter) ( Humbert I la, Ala. 

Dozier, Catherine P. | Mrs. Willis I Harris < '■>., Qa. 

Qreenwood, Frances J. (Mts. Perry) ...Texas. 

'iilbert, .Jane E. (Mrs. i Louisiana. 

Kiuj_'. Snnili E. (Mrs liiee) Columbus, (ia. 

Kil'l. Sarah 3. | Mrs. Camp, Troup Co., (ia. 

. Pauline (M"rs. Ahercrombie) Columbus, Qa, 

•l'ltrliani, Elizabeth ( Mrs. Tun i Louisiana. 

1 H » »> . 

"Akin, Jostp bine II. .Mrs. Tatntn) Vrkaiisas. 

Biyliam. Qeorgfck C. (Mrs. Williams) Miun.-ll.tr Co., <ia. 

Broom, Henrietta LaGranne, (ia. 

Cbape), Doritba A (Mrs. Mathews) Chambers Co., Ala. 

Campbell, Sopkrooia 8 Meriwether Co., (ia. 

Favor, Frances A. (Mrs Goldsmith) < 'handlers Co., Ala. 

•Griffs, Marv P. (Mrs. N'eal | Harris Co., Oa. 

Mitchell, Arcadia E. (Mrs. Dowdell) Chambers Co., Ala. 

DuBose, Amanda ( Mrs. ) Enon, Ala. 






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LAOBAXG] FEMALE COLLI '.I 



Maddox, Soaan it (Km Putnam Co., Ga. 

Meaders, Nancy (Hn. — ) Chembnre Co., Alt, 

Pitts, Ann E. (Mm. Dosier) Herria Co., Ga. 

Stinson, Elisabeth A. (Mm BadclUT) Hi IwetherCo.. Be, 

'Thompson, Mary A. . Mli'luwlppl. 

ISSO. 

ISiirkr. Antinii.t;, ]'. , Mrs. (iartr.-ll) \tlaiita. lift. 

Brnnshtnn, Frances E Mi Lone) L*Granj[e, (la. 

Dixon, Martha E. Mi .Hall) . , Meriwether Co., (in. 

Douglass, Isabella E. (Mrs. Anions) Randolph Co., (in. 

Douglass, Naroiasa W. Mrs. Bailey) Randolph ('«>., (in. 

Forb ■. nVbeceaQ t*OraHRe, Qa. 

Gillnmn. Margaret A. Mrs Goodoian) TsJIapoosa, Ala. 

d, Mary E Mbaoj Oa. 

Griggs. Sarah C. (Mrs. Long) Putnam Co., On. 

.ill.. i I' Mrs. I I.'i |»- r) Auburn, Ala. 

.-, Susan M. < Mr-. Brown) Chamber* Co., Ala. 

MeGinty, Ann E. (Mm. Akere) Chambers Co , Ala, 

Bedding. Cordelia A. | Mr-. •' « i Dahlonega, 1 1 

Hlatnn, Bebbecoa A. (Mm Nicolaon) '. Autauga, Ala. 

Btepbcna. Caroline 8. (M ■• Bank*) Forsyth, Qa. 

Title. Helen A. (Mm. Mitchell) Crawford, Ala. 

■ (Mm I' ■■/!■ ■•'■■ Til up Co.; Qa. 

Stinson, Catheritti C. (Mr-. Neil) Meriwether Co., Ga, 



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Mary M.. Mm Heard Troup Co., Ga. 

C , Mary J., Mrs. Kenei Bnoa, Ala. 

Carter, I alula. Mrs. ' Harris Co.. Qa, 

'Douglas, Mary M LaQraane , Qa, 

Douglas, Susan W., Mrs. CutliU-rt. (ia. 

Davis, Jane I... Mrs. Weaton Lee Co.. Ga. 

Ii,ivi>. Ann, .Mrs. — Macon Co., Akv 

Drake, Mary E, Mm Phillip* Rnawll Co.. Ala. 

(irav.s. Marj (il. i.nviilf, Ala. 

Hamilton. L C, Mi-. Davis Learna* Co., (la. 

HarrtH, Sarah, Mm Lockhart LeGmnge, Qa. 

Hill, Celestia, Mm Means... Chambers Co., Ala, 

Ki, 1 1, I'.h/.a J.. Mrs. Lao* Tm nn Co., Ga. 

McGehee. Busan, Mi-. Hampton Harria Co., Qa. 

Newton, Jane Trnon Co., Ga. 

Rutledge, l : . - 1 oca A., Mrs. Harrte Co., Qa, 

Raid, inn Eatonloo, Ga. 

Beid, Mary F Eatuntea, 8a. 

Bbarp, Boxanna, Mi>. Jones Randolph, Ga. 

Bpicer, Caibi rine, Mrs. - * . . Albany, Qa. 

1 N a II 

Si,... i V , Mrs. Potts Troup en., Ga. 

Aeee, Lorine N Belvkwr. Talbot co. 

Alberta V LeOranee, (ia. 

Bryan, I. aim Coin bu, Florida. 

Baldrick, [sal alia Montgomery, Ala- 



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pitiirtor 
Oolqa II, \l u\ CiizH 

- inili li 

Camen n, Emma, Mr-. Leonard 
< tin- . Ellen, Mr*. Oaffm j 

Pall M.rj 

I ^ . )li- Maffatt 

Hull. Nil ■ v . \lr- . 

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I,— . M irj . Vfi . 

Uvrrl, M 

| Nils. 

•peepli ' •: , 



Spring*, Ala. 
' 'olnmbaa, (la. 

■ I < in. 

Troop Bo,, Q* 
Brotrowood, Qa 

p CO. . * ill 

ford, Ala 

I 'III' Pi, 'IViaK 

Spring I'hu-i . i;,i 
Kboro, On 

Hi ri" > t )j'-r ro., (in 

l.cr i-vilV. \lu 
<ii 

' •" u Volley. Ala 
Hi ri wether eo., (in 



N( ' h . ."...'.'.' Alabama 

Mw. Maroon. Colombni., Oa 



liin . Mr-. I'l.Mliriss 
U'lnMi- 1 ■!. Marj Mi . Uhforri 



l.ii (range, <;« 
1 i"ii|i en., Qt 



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Pnnnii ham, Margaret 

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II i ri-r. Mr- \> fan « 
Vmamln 

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Jaxpi ii ;.i 
LftOran< <•. fin 

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c- • . <■ I 

Spring Plana, 'in 
Spring Plaet, (la 

.,,.,,. Cin 
Iton, <?a 
Point, (in 
Hinden, l.i 



% J ' '" v - Mr . Cravaa . Oa 

v " "" Troop oa, Qs 

"" Newton, 

P 

1'iiri Mi- \||,.,, 



Sinitli. ,,ii 

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1 ■ r " n " '•'" '//.'.'. Colo tnbaa, (in 

Iancev. ■■ , -.. Mra. ToaaR LaOrange, Gm 



Alabama 

.Tallin! on., (In 

. \\V-t Point, <m 
Brownwood, Oa 

I. tfilMli'.'i !, ( It 

. Palmetto, Qa 
Lat rrange, (i.i 

'ill 



'• '"" •' Oampbellton, (i i 

■•'• Martha A Atlanta, tin 

\ Bunmll <«.. Ala 

Umnnd«f>u. Virginia E BprincPli 

l,llli " Mar.'arel I'. Atlania. Qa 

*•"•''' -I Crawford, Ala 

I. Mary H Rus-wll oo., Ala 

.M'linaaN HeaH eo . tin 

,!,,v - P*»be <i < Franklin 




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M< li.ll>. H nri.lt ' E 
MoDowi II, Margaret K 
M, adowr, < '.null.* H 
Mm.iiey. M;iiiitii •-' \ 

Morgan, Blw»«be 
Redwiue, Man E. 

It^i-si . Sili all w . 
Kalleck, K.it.- I 
Hhapberd, Eliza < ». Mr*. Mi 
Staagall, M.uv 1' 

Took*, Sn-.li. I 

Tv t« r. Kin in" •' 

Ward. Surah K 



A|.|.lt-I v. M. A 

Blackball ■ Martini •"' • ■ ■ 

Cuirii-r.iii. Laura K 

farter, M.irtlia C 

frail!, Sttllje 

Ciiniiititjliiiiii, Liuic W 

brlioMn, Elian B 

|i. ■Lunch. Elizabeth II 

Kdwardw, M. J 

Kills. Kouisi- l> 

Harrell. Susan K 

tlaVllts, Aim i M 

Hill. Nam-v C 

Up* lb, Harm-' V . . . 

Mi-Kenim-, Mint liu P . . 

Mwlnws. Anim II 

Powell. Mary \ 

Powell, Rebecca 

Pitta, 8. Indiana 

Sniii.dirK, Bopbia L 

TuniiiM.n, Ptedom C 

lyli i. Mary ( 

Wart, Philogenia 



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Troup 

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Hi inl 

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Ctilnu 
S.ilei, , 



■ n. . Ala. 
auyc 
Brow i 

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V . 
wood 

( 'aril i 

I 'si 111! 

.Coweta hi. 

la, \ln 

: tn 

1. • 

nit;.- 

iita 
K.iwml. i co., Ah 

II i\ ir. vill. . Ala 

.i i:o. 
Dalian ■■■■■ , \i.i 
Macou ■•••. Ala 

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Alfred, M. E 

Andrews, Frances . . . 

Atkinsou, M. V 

Baldrick, O. A 

Berry, Mittie K 

Byrd, HiMiegsa 

Cameron. S. A 

Cole, Mnry (' 

Garlington, Laura A. 
Harrell, Susan V. .. . 
Powell, Addie It 
Shumate, Hattie A.. 

Smith, Elizabeth 

Steagall, Anna 

Stinson, Mary ,J 



All 



ange 
WaabiDgtnn 
Heriwethi i •■• 
M mtRouiei \ . 
Valluln, Ua 
Polk 

. Ir. ii|i CO. 
■,iu 
., 00, 

Mn 
I . Ala 

Cherokee, Uu 

kDge 
.Cowata eo. 
. Met i 



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I m. i:\v.i i i MALE ■ "I r.l OS. 

BwMMOB, Anna I) LaOranRo 

Tooke. Mirtha BoutOll co. 

\\ ard, Fannie A TalladeRa, Ala 

imam. 

Bull, Sallio iAGraiiRe, da 

Cox. M. A 

OnlUr, A. B Perry 

< 'rnw.l. r . R. Meriwether 

Hamilton, A. E Chattooga 

1 w B i» . 

\kers. Mary L LaGnBgt 

Bass. Snsan K Tronp co. 

Heal). M. E LafirariRe 

Uostiek, Emma Jefferson no- 

Carlton. Marv .1 Auburn, .Ma 

Carlton. Hattie Vnhnrn, Ala 

Hardin, Il.-tilier Anbnrn. Ala 

Means. Sup Oxford, Ga 

Melooo, Nettie Trenton, Tcnn 

Morgan , Anna EaGranRe 

Moreland, A EaGranRe 

MoKnmie. C EadranRe 

Moss, It. M Harri* co. 

Pullnn, M. B LnGrariRe 

Kaiford, F Anburu, Ala 

Smith. Aley 

Shepherd. Mattie B ColumbnH 

shepherd. Mary Oohrabaa 

Stinson, Carrie Meriwether, eo. 

Turner, Achsah LaGrange, Ga 

Wilkes, Ophelia LaOtsape 

Winston. Ti-islie 1m| Point 

Woodward, IX. K Meriwether, co. 

Womac, Sarah Troop eo . <; t 

1 m 7 1 . 

Barber. Janie Washington, Ga 

Callaway, Nannie Washington, Ga 

Culberson, Lnla LaGraORC, Ga 

Hill, Mary Washington, Ga 

t 8 7 u . 

Otrtrislit. Annie C. (Mrs. McClare) EaGrange 

Cotter. Sallie Elberton. Chi 

Pitman. Willie (Mrs. Bradfield) Tronpeo 

Pitman, < 'arrie Tronp co 

PoythrcKs, Mary L. (Mrs. Barnard) LnGran- 

I ■ 7 l . 

Bass, Marin O . Atlanta, Ga 

Boykin. Dora i Mrs. Maffitt) Tronpeo 

Evans, Mollie Belle Troup co 

Haralson. Sallie Lon EaGranee 

Ward, Lnla Troup co 

Whitaker, MaRuie Miltedgeville, Gft 

Wimliisb, Addio O LnGrange 

1 S 7 « . 

McFail. Jennie Atlanta, Ga 

Ganlding, Aldora Carrollton, Ga 






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UNDERGRADUATES. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

"-asti? - :::::::::::::233S 

a&:::::::::..:: ■£»*• 

Annto OrM-elle tJ"?'* 

Emma Palmar Iro.ipco 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

Miss Unfa Baa** J" 1 ' ! rnn « e 

Vi w ia Bnio. La .range 

SMxo Outright Lat.range 

Baffle LowlftW SEWS ; ■ I 

Matria MeOetaae J UteSolptariejfaej 

Ellen CCowhh ,. " ,R „ 

Bettie Render Greenville 

MalWd La<.ra.,|.« 

Ola Simmon. C.reenvdle 

LittUTnwlot Tronpco 

Leila Williams I roup co 

SOPHOMORE. CLASS. 

Miss Leila Arnold SS^S* 

Mattie Carter Hogansv.lle 

Lnnra Ghnlson LaGrange 

Uaitie Took. Long Cane 

Annie 0m> Fnlton co 

\,„1. mon Hill Lagrange 

Fannie Oedwtn LaGrange 

I,la Hollowav Alexander City, Ala. 

Ifyrtie McFarlin Lee co.. Ala. 

Viola Boaew Marietta 

Emmie Simms Tf°," l \ co 

Anna Slri. klaml Dulutn 

MaltieTravlor 1 , r "" , "'"„ 

Lola Tvner Hogansville 

CharHaWaki LaGrange 

FIRST CLASS, 

Mi<s AMco Avers Tronpco 

Jtmniie Vyers Tronp co 

Thania Davidson Greenville 

Lata Edmnndaon Troup co 

Andrew Flnnner LaGraugn 

Eugene Gav LaGrange 

Annie Riggius LaGrange 

Willie Hodnett ]f ( >range 

Kula Jackson Hogansville 

Uollie Johnaon LaGrange 






LAOHAIWI I l.iHi.i anj.tja 



Battle Main . 

I'arliani Mabrv. 
Kiln PMillo ..' 

Kollie Wbitaket . 

\1 ii v Wan 

Anna Wilkln-nn . 

Baker Smith . 
Bobbie Foods 

PREPARATORY CLA 
1H-- Lillii Bnioe 

\n> ifl ! Un nl-nn. 
(iiiicvni Gbolaofl 
Mnry Alii try 

l.i/zi. M •I-'arlin 
Sum.- Knutli 

Kniii Taos«r . . 
Annie Whitfield 
-fi in in i.- Williams. 



Lilari-tti- Vmiiiy. 



Mi»- Mini,]. I'.uir.-. 

Eddie Baagh . . . . 

M//n- ('title 

\nn:«' Ii ividaon 
Robbie Fraai 

•din in j.- ( ;...iwin 
Charlie Ohotaon. 
Ethel .Fiiiiii-fin 
Miiv Johnson. 
Viinjii- Kistl. r 
Willi* Ki~tl. r 
Clifford kfaywin. 
Ifaad \l i'uiii, . . 
Btaaetta MeFarHn 
S|iriii.,-^r Mnliry . . 
Siil N'l'M-oin 

Am i«- I;. -iii 
Seward siMiih 
\i nil Sp. , i 
1 I trli- Taaw 
Kick Walt* 
M i in if U'niis. . 
Willi.- Fonnn 

Mi Ella Dnntan 

Baatrioc \\ i | 

Julia Kiiil 

Mart B, Bnrkh 



PRIMARY CLASS. 



IRREGULARS. 



LaGrange 

1. 1 1 (range 

Hun 

I I Bp BO. 
Lai image 

Mill.'.- 

S3. 

LaGrssge 

I. ii h 

I . ii Ifaoge 

I. \< iraoge 

LaGrange 

LaQi 

1. 1< iraoga 

I ' ■ , i 

I. ii I range 

l.n« 1 1 



liflGranse 

La* Irani,'" 

r.n< H 

I ir> iMivill"' 

Lai liaaga 
La) ii 
LaGiansjc 

l.al h 

1. at Iraoga 
La Oi 

f. .' il.ttiu."- 
LaOl ■ 
LaGi 

Lai Ireqga 
LaGrange 
LvOi 
I. On 
L*G 

f.ai hraaga 
Lafl i ii 
r.iii Irai 

Lai lr in •'■ 

LaGr 





Si-niuis 

Juniors 

Sophomore* 

Fir«t 



RECAPITULATION. 

..81 I'n paratory 

1 1 PrioMU 

IS I Irr««ulnr. . . 

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. White Solphnr fapriai 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 





l.M, i:\v.i I l M U.r ( <ii. I,. 

Location. 

LaGrange is located leventy-one milea aonth-west of Atlanta, oo tha 
Atlanta and w. t Point Railroad. There am noma fart connected with 
this location that we think ihonld be oonaJderad kfany Sontaers girh 
bam been ten! n tar North to be educated, that their '•'institutions ban 
I,, , i, ,. . j 1 1 1 ■. I . t ■ • 1 v broken down by the severity of the nlimate, and they 
ham returned home nonilrnied Invalids, aabjeet io attacks oi aonta rhea- 
mutism, ate. Otberahavi > far South aa to fall into the malarial 

region*, and their ha ilth haa been nudermlaed bj chills and ferer. We 
are bleated above the Pine mountain range opon a high, rolltai ; oonntry, 
aad are not liable to suffer from either of these dan LaOrangahai 

been recognized aa an nilnaatlonaJ nentre for many yearn, [tiatraa, 
bar ammki at i deatroy ed by fin, and the oonnti tted by war;bej 

we rejoice to know thatahe ia fa •: her farmer proad poaition in 

this maaaat, 

This Inatitntion gradual itofasato IMtt, i . iuoe that tima 

nl forth hundreds from i ! to monld and blea aoclety, 

Location of College. 

The College ia looated on a high emin noe overlooking the beantifal 
citv hi LaGrange and the anrroanding oonntry; remote from theaiirei 
toe i-ity. and yel uilici.ntiv naar to church andtbeooui 

bneineas. 

The Buildings. 

Ooeol the bnildings ia of brick, the other <>l brioh and atone, both 
with tin room. The main bnildkig ia 00x130 leet, two atoriea high. In it 
there am fonr.reaitation roome 35x50 i at, ■ parated by wide hull- 
ing each oth r in the oenire, thereby affording Ima circulation of air and 
parfeot ventilation. On the wooud floor then la a aaagniflaent ehepsl 
80x100 feet with oapaeity to bold 1500 persona. Baekol thestagrata 
lour music rnutn-, and one for the ornamental department, the Iranian 
hall, library and reading ro ira >. making aitogethi t one ol the most sap* 
cious and wpII arranged bail lings for aobool purp stua in the Soata. 
The Boarding-Hon»e is Hfty by ninety fed, two a*orie* high, with 
rooma eighteen feel aqnai >"»d« holla, tharaby giving 

am y i ,.,,,, ,— ,i'titi-nt is under the itnmediata 

supervision of the Pn I his lady. 

Scholastic Tear. 

The Pall hrm will open third W iead>j in August, and alomtka 

Friday before Chriatin rh Term will open s>eond Wednesday 

in January, and cdnsn sreond • in June, which will be Com* 
mi Doeiuent Day. 





I \<.1:\V., I I MM,! I Ml .! B01 

To the Patrons and Public. 
Whila we do not elaim to have tbi beat eehool in the 8oal 
ibiuk we ™« offer advantage* interior to bo laatitution oi similar grade, 
iperior to iimny. K large aoMaajt of nosey dab already been aa> 
p- u'l-l on the buildings and groaaia. ami Use Board ofTi 
lymini'il to oontinne nntil everything is aoaapli I 

The LaGrange Penal i attty in f& 

N'.Ttli ' nferenoe, and i*. in fact, tba oaly female colli 

|p that body ; we therefore havi ■ Waa oson the M I ifthia 

The danghtera <>f all regnlat minister* arc receive >] in the Liter- 
»ty Department free ol obarge. 

We hope parents and gaardiana will k . 1 oarefnllv ^» following • 
jastfona upon pnnotnatity: Ro popil aan !>• aawparl ■ < dncated 
nut ittend school reonUrlv. ft demoral ind retard* tba 

;• -■— ■ "t •. I scholars, to ha»< :■ lifl nomine in after the 

jbnma baa bean partly recited. Much ih should be n*edinad> 

Maeing the olass i- consumed by the teatl - In -r-peatii g what has already 
■vi r. to those who MiL'lit liavo been preset] 

• 
laty to m • thai vow ohildren are provided wi'h all aV *y to 

nte their studies that they are at eel In time; ii 

that their time is profital in school. \\'.- 

ilonot desire th« patronage of wv who osmv their children 

btbist ■ r we feel that sooh papila trouble then p 

b the next place, we earnestly r*qnest parents nol In inl th the 

jaearnmenl r>l thi ichonl by requesting n« to allow their daughters privi- 

ihieh are forbidden by oar rnle. [f yoa hare eonfldet 
Barest yonr daughters to mir ea allow ns to govern tl 

■baa yon become that yonr eonfldet itia 

»oar ri'.'ht. nay more, yonr doty to withdraw tba 

Government. 

Combined with moral atvl religion" inflneii'- n of merit and 

peeerlt ..ill be maintained and enforced in the government of each 
■'.- ii -Hi. Our diaeiplina will be mild bnt Ktric-t and Impartial 

All pupils arc- required to be in their plaee* punotnally ;it tba ringing 
gibe bell. lb«enoa ami tardiness wili not be allowed without a | 

Whenever a |mpil slmll absent bereelf slm wi'! not ba allowed to 
poo with her claaa nntil she makes np the lessons lost dariog that sb- 
•encf. Papila leaving sohool baton I I I urion will be re- 

quired, on the opening ol tba nest, to make np the lessons loat, or be 
Haeed in the next lower clam. Papila wflj not be allowed toleavatba 
pbool for the purpose ol attending to anything elite, nor leave thi 
|"*e yard during recess without pern No pnpil who repeatedly 

■Kfegnrds tin rulea will be allowed to remain in th" school. 





LAGRANOl II MM I ' "II.I HI 



1 



Scholarship and Honors. 

ilars will bt moI i • petroni tt the middle and oloea ol ? M h 
term, ■bowing the grade «i eeholarmhtp, deportment, att. ndai 
eaoh phpU. I'Ih- pad* runs torn one to too, ten being tin- maximum 
No pupil eao rise to » Mgher ajees who pad* - ; 1 1 1 — ii.-owibt 

nj tlw endol tli' year. Tim pupil io tin' Senior Clam *eouringthe biahai 

Oghont the entire course will tire the first Honor and U 

entitled to tlir \ '.ii.Miu-tory. toe p'n-il ne onng the aeoond htKlieBt ■ 
will reoeive the • coa ! Knew end be entil l.'.l In the S-ilutatorv. 

Course of Study. 
There an J 'clauses iu the College, »i«: Primary, Preparatory, m 

i'Ii », HophoniOl • . i iirii.tr ami Senior. 

PHIMABY i I ..\ss. 

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[((Muling «^Wi'»y' 8 

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raenced] * 

tvumMuhip •V '•'■"'"" V'w 

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i ntbognpb] — Swintm't Wtt > Prima 

kritlunetlc tlin.UKli Ir.i. iimiiki RaMuH 

Urography {continued *'urmt[ 

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Ili.-t..r\ '.t 'iit'l.-ui't *■■■ 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

M'Til Ph'hwopby 

Natural 1'!::: 

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'i jiti.'ii.ili T'U-mmp' 

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Evidences I < !iti-ti .., n 

Charauftr) ompb-ti I 

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Tlio above stndy musi ba 

dilution. 



ootnplfttad to entitle the pupil to 



Music Department. 



H-« onr , atom ,„„>■ »»m , ft. :,.,,,,„,„,,,.., I, ft* fl,,,.,!,.^ 
S,b*to qaotefrmr, ft, ,,„ ,„„„, „ „„. s „„.,. „,,„„,,„,,,„ 
■Uf.t.o,, of high Kradeandartaodsd wpofttfo . In ,,l,i,|, P r „f s/hir 
■yber ban be,.,, engage I for tba La* w*wi vear a« follows • 

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Calisthenics. 



I I :.n,l mind i„ , „„„,,,, !„„),,•• h !in „,,, „„,„, m ^ ^ 
^a on account of age , . ..... . ; , . , IM „ Nt , l „ ( . ol )lishe ,, 

beber ,n this ,1.,,,,. ,,,,,.. I,,, L . iv ..< , Uilv JMKlnlcliflll it) lhe „, „ f , he 

nnd«. rugs .„„, ,,„,„,, MlB , fr, I ,>,:„.,„, Th, nwealsr development 

■ her pupils ba, bam ,,„..( umtifying to thoir parents. Many who have 
ta Motto as ahnoat deforasd by oMsto, aanfaga. ,v,-.. have by Ma- 
tot dnll.ng bwn made ,,,,.,. ,,„,, „,, ir lniIs .., lllir powPr Bf) ,,,,;,, 

ptoRi»etheroapoweror e nrtnMi>«o»hB«M wonderful. Thasa amiHw 

mall conducted by music, tbe Hum .mist ftsmfore ba perfect, givinr? the 
pstbe additional advantaga of training la time. 

Literary Society. 

The Ircnian Society is accomplishing much in the College. Usually 
NwdeHea exist in inatitottena of this a<Ma to encourage rivalry, but 
■fortunately this rivalry, particularly anting girls, generates bitterness, 
*ch we hope to avoid ty having bnt one. The Society meets Friday 
fcrnoon, and the exercises consist of readings, perusals, recitations, ea- 
►*■•■ in which all take part. The young ladies have commenced to 
wet a Library and aro mnoh gratified at their success so far. Any con- 
Mltionsof books or money will bo thankfully received. 



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1 V.K W.I FEMALE COl ! 



Department of Fine Arts. 
Mi. [«ioy Carpenter, tha teacher in thia department, U one of ■ 
mortraooaaatal InttaaStaie. 8behaan«»w failed to taketbe btytf 
premium* in Btata and County Fairs, when he? upeoimeiw were exhibit 

iv ahould learn 01 r mora of these beaatifal aria; <■ 

nmy aaaoM heraelf, maaufeotnre he* own ornamenta, or, ifneceantf 
■hontd reonlre, n.iikfiiru.'les of rain*, and thereby screen heraatf at] 

mora menial »law. 

Dress. 

Ho uniform aVaanejBla* reqnired. Neatneswand fronoiny in area 
will be taught tm ll »l*men« 1 if 1 »ood edooaUon. 

Debts. 

No pupil will 1>« a 11. red, on i r anj eireamatanees, to contractu; 
ilolit.;. except bf permission oi the Preaidaat. 

Verms and Rates. 

The y.iu is .Vr.iV " int mr-and-a-half and fl»e«4| 

u ,| f ...... hrlnir to the stringency of the times, we hsvaj 

1 . .In. — 1 onr ohMNM ea aa*V *d imttH > j follows : 

TottloVin I'mnirv i'1«»r i»t*iiiiiiiii *■»» 

• • •••Colt ™2 

>• » 

nun ™" 

• •• (Ml natedagor I'mlil. |>fir anuiini ■*« 

.. •• 1 lusting hi BlaM. •• '• ;"• 

lit llll.i Ki-» ""in! 

• ■ " W:ix Kruit ami Ifcf'-I J? Jj 

' ■• •• IVitli.r Kl..« ! °™ 

■ • • SiatU-r W,.rk. " *™ 

■i ■• EtobraMer! annmn i» » 

_ i 11 till i'..' .;„, 

U in.. '"" 

Charge* from thf> Ml '-' " f ll »" 

dedaction except in riwes of protraoU >1 illi 

Boarding. 
Board in the College, inehidtng liahis and foal, $13,511 per monfl 
Waehiag will 00 >ntb. Cbatgew for board and tuition r 

half in advaaee and balance at the niddlenfthe term. East a 
boardiog in the Oollegi will be required to faraiah ona pair "IihIH 
pair pillow caeee, one oo»erlet, mil halfdoaen towak.